Creating a Node.js Application with IBM Cloud Foundry platform : For beginners
IBM Cloud , Cloud , Uncategorized / June 6, 2020

Read about Cloud Foundry here Read about IBM Cloud Foundry here   Cloud Foundry is the industry-standard open-source cloud application platform for developing and deploying enterprise cloud applications. This article will provide a basic understanding of how to work with  IBM Cloud Foundry platform- the Cloud Foundry on IBM Cloud, the tools that can be used in IBM, creating a toolchain with the development tools, and continuous delivery. Cloud Foundry is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) on Cloud service providers that enables you to deploy and scale apps without managing servers. It can be used with a set of tools to develop applications. Cloud foundry manages aspects like scaling. The seamless connection of resources with Cloud Foundry can be achieved with IBM. Cloud Foundry as a platform is available  various service providers like IBM, AWS, and BOSH   Step 1: Create a Cloud Foundry Navigate to Cloud Foundry, click on create, and choose Node.js as runtime and choose a name and fill in the other details to create the application. Click on the create button and wait until the Application is created.  An app URL will be provided and a basic application will be created.     Step 2: Enable continues delivery…

Basic steps for creating an IBM cloud Function (Node.js Runtime) that writes to IBM Object Storage Bucket
IBM Cloud , Cloud , Uncategorized / June 4, 2020

This is a simple tutorial which helps to understand the basic of IBM Cloud functions and Object Storage. For actual development purposes, things including architecture, security factors should be addressed.     step1: Choose a Function Namespace and create Action Namespaces contain entities (e.g. actions and triggers) and belong to a resource group. actions imply the code that can be invoked with HTTP requests. Navigate to Functions->Actions -> Create Action with Node.js as Runtime. Choose the action name and Package Name. Keep the default code for now. The function main will have the logic you want to run in the function.       step:2 Create API Navigate to API and click on Create API choose options and create an API. Chose the package and the action that was created in the previous step. Create an operation with the verb. The verb indicates the HTTPS method.         Step3: Create Object Storage and  Bucket Now the Bucket needs to be created. Navigate to resources and click on Create Object. Provide necessary details like name and create object storage.     In Object storage, create a bucket. Choose the region as us-east for now Create service credentials. After creating…

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